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Summit1g slams Escape from Tarkov devs over Scav spawns and poor servers

Published: 4/Mar/2020 12:05

by Kamil Malinowski

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Twitch star Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar let the Escape from Tarkov devs have it after a disappointing game featuring a swarm of Scavs and annoying server issues. 

Summit1g is a huge fan of Escape from Tarkov and has been playing the game almost non-stop since the start of 2020. However, this doesn’t stop him from occasionally lashing out at the devs over key issues.

The American couldn’t help but call BattleState Games out after meeting a relentless wave of Scavs during a run, before being hit with an annoying server issue which stopped him from playing the game.

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Escape from Tarkov is a popular ultra-realistic first-person shooter.

During his usual Tarkov stream on March 3, Jaryd found himself attacked by nothing but Scavs on Interchange – a very popular map that is usually filled with players. After taking out countless NPC enemies, one finally got a hit in and killed summit, causing him to lash out at the game and its devs.

“Oh, I’m done boys… f**cking unbelievable, you’re kidding! F**cking what?! Such a load of sh*t.” He began, before diving into the issue.

“The game doesn’t show me a single f**cking player for the entire f**king game. Not a single f**king player in that game dude. Scavs everywhere, won’t stop coming, won’t stop spawning, just a continuous circlejerk, like come the f**k on. When a Scav dies can he just die, not spawn a f**king brother on the map?”

It was easy to see summit’s frustration building up as he continued his complaints, eventually hitting out at the devs. “How many Scavs do I have to kill to get loot around there? And look, the game doesn’t even know I’m dead, that’s how great your f**king servers are.”

The American even went as far as to stop playing the game completely and went on to stream GTA, a game that he’s been getting back into recently.

However, fans can likely expect him to return to Tarkov during his next stream as its clear summit1g still loves the game, even if he finds it frustrating at times.

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Twitch streamer confronts DoorDash driver after console war trash talk

Published: 24/Nov/2020 19:33 Updated: 24/Nov/2020 19:42

by Michael Gwilliam

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Console wars are nothing new to video game enthusiasts. From schoolyard debates to forum threads 500 pages deep, console loyalists have fought tooth and nail since the dawn of time. Now, the battleground has shifted with even DoorDash drivers getting in on the action against customers.

During a Twitch broadcast, streamer Jameskii was playing Minecraft while waiting for DoorDash to deliver his order. Suddenly, he received a text message on his phone.

“Hold on, is my drink here?” he wondered as he grabbed his mobile device. “Oh my God! Oh my God!”

As the streamer stared down at his phone, he could hardly contain his disbelief at the message he received from the driver.

“My food delivery guy just messaged me ‘Xbox is trash as f**k,” he laughed. “I’m not kidding. My f**king DoorDash just messaged me. It says, ‘Hello, DoorDash has arrived with your order’ and the next message is ‘Xbox is trash as f**k.’”

As it turns out, the driver actually tried to call the streamer, but when Jameskii didn’t pick up, he felt the need to trash talk Xbox.

Despite all this confusion and the out of context attack on Microsoft’s console, Jameskii wondered if he should call the driver back.

“Say yeah, PlayStation is better, woo!” his friend suggested as the streamer began to redial the number.

Eventually, someone on the other end picked up. “Alright, what did you say about Xbox?” Jameskii asked point-blank.

After a few moments of silence, the driver doubled down on his earlier comment and shouted, “F**k Xbox!”

The remark had the streamer in stitches and made him burst out laughing at the absurdity of the whole situation.

While console wars have a long history dating beyond even the 90s when Nintendo and Sega duked it out, it’s unlikely that the phenomenon ever reached a point where delivery drivers partake. It just goes to show that we’re living in a strange timeline.